More from newsFor under $10m you can buy a luxurious home with a two-lane bowling alley5 Apr 2017Military and railway history come together on bush block24 Apr 2019The property at 85 Fallon Street, Everton Park.Mr Rowland put the strong result down to a combination of the fact that it was a large block, that it had potential for good city views if the new buyer built up, and that the block could be split into three.“We got a town planner to have a look at it to get an idea of what we can do. Subsequently, the developer is splitting it into three blocks. It’s going through council now. It sold six months ago, but settlement went through this month,” Mr Rowland said.He said thinking outside the box had paid off for the owners.“If we didn’t look at that three-way split, it would have sold for about $950,000,” Mr Rowland said. The most expensive home sold in Fallon St previously was a 607sq m block for $715,000 in July last year. The 1960s home was elevated to capture city views. It also had alfresco decks, a pool and multiple living areas. So far, including the most recent sale, 29 homes on the street have sold for more than $400,000, according to CoreLogic property records. Fourteen of those recorded sales were above $500,000, four were above $600,000, two were above $700,000, and one – 85 Fallon St – was above $1 million. 85 Fallon Street, Everton Park.A Brisbane home landed about $200,000 more than expected after advice that its two blocks had the potential to be split into three.The 1225sq m property at 85 Fallon St, Everton Park, has settled for $1.15 million after a six-month contract.Agent Tristan Rowland, of Place Aspley, had marketed the property as “the best splitter block to be offered in years” that was “just begging to be reconfigured to three lots”.
GREENSBURG, Ind. – The Indiana Department of Transportation is working to make travel safer at a Greensburg intersection.INDOT plans to install left-turn signals at the intersection of State Road 3 and Carver Street as a safety improvement measure.Once installed, motorists traveling both north and south on S.R. 3 will be required to wait for a “green arrow” before turning left onto Carver Street.Between 2011 and 2013, there were nine personal injury accidents and fatality that occurred at the intersection.INDOT officials anticipate signal technicians could be on site as soon as this week to install and activate the new turn signals.
Batesville, IN—The Batesville Youth Football Board is currently preparing for the 2020 season. The Board will continue to keep the safety of the players, coaches, parents, and fans our top priority while making decisions. Please watch for updates regarding registration as we await guidelines set forth for the upcoming season. The Board sends many thanks for your patience and understanding and as always, Go Dogs!
Villas-Boas refused to discuss Bale’s future on Saturday, however he insists the £80million-rated winger will be training again after Tottenham have returned to England. “He is going to be fit to join the team for training on Wednesday,” he said. “There is a big possibility he could be fit for Monaco. “He hasn’t done any training with the team yet but in all of the pre-season friendlies we had before he was involved. “We are confident he will be able to join us.” But, quizzed repeatedly about Bale’s future, Villas-Boas fell back on the same phrase. “I won’t comment on anything. I am so sorry,” he said. “I can’t speak about speculation.” How long that situation lasts is open to debate. Speculation will probably go on longer than the arguments over the surface, which Villas-Boas insisted was only playable due to the work of his own groundsman, Darren Baldwin. In Hong Kong as a matter of course as Villas-Boas prefers to have his own groundsman look at every surface Spurs play on, Baldwin was supposed to return home on Thursday. However, once it became obvious today’s matches would not take place without some dramatic work following Wednesday’s deluge, Baldwin stayed on. “The game only went ahead because our groundsman did great work for the Premier League,” he said. “He deserves massive credit for allowing the tournament to continue. I hope the Premier League repay him in some way.” Manchester United have already cancelled their planned open training session on Sunday and with heavy rain falling during Manchester City’s encounter with Sunderland, there is extreme doubt Monday’s friendly with Kitchee FC will take place. At least Jermain Defoe had a good night, netting a hat-trick after being selected as a lone front-man in the absence of an alternative, supported by Clint Dempsey. “I enjoy playing in that position,” said Defoe. “The prospect of more strikers being brought in doesn’t bother me. In fact I would welcome it because we needed one last season.” Bale was again a spectator in Hong Kong as Tottenham recorded a 6-0 Barclays Asia Cup thrashing of South China. The Welshman has failed to recover from a buttock injury, although conspiracy theorists point to the timing of his absence, which has coincided with intense speculation about a bid from Real Madrid. Spurs boss Andre Villas-Boas has confirmed he expects Gareth Bale to be back in training on Wednesday and could be in line to face Monaco at the weekend. Press Association
Jamshedpur: Indian Super League (ISL) outfit Jamshedpur FC on Wednesday announced the signing of 18-year-old defender Narender Gahlot from I-League side Indian Arrows for the upcoming season. The youngster penned a deal for a term of three years with the Jharkhand- based side. At the age of 18, Narender made headlines for being a part of the 35-man preliminary Indian squad for the upcoming Intercontinental Cup by coach Igor Stimac. IANS Also Read: Jamshedpur FC end ISL campaign with a big victory
THE stage is set for tonight’s grand finale of the first-ever Kings Basketball Club’s 4×4 Under-18 championship, which is organised by the Linden Amateur Basketball Association (LABA) and requires three male players and one female player to be on the court at any given time.The national winners of the Under-18 3×3 championship, Victory Valley Royals, have played impressively to reach the semi-final as the top team following their four wins and sole loss to Kings.They are led by the core players from the 3×3 format which they won through Emmanuel Larose, Kobe Tappin, Omar Green and Delroy Belle while they have now includeed females Cliffanna Hunter and Rasheba Carroll.They face the challenge of the Kings team who defeated them in the preliminary round but despite that result they should get past their opponents.The Kings have in their lineup Neil Marks (Jr), Jaden Rose, Ming Wong and Lemuel Wilson and former national standout female player Nichola Jacobs and Andre Smith included.The other semi-final features Kwakwani teams A and B, who finished second and third respectively.Notably making a return to the sport is Shakeila Sampson, who donned national colours at the junior and senior levels, and another national Kenesha Leacock, as they join with the Titan Bowl Most Valuable Under-16 player Hosea Conway, along with Hansel John, Elijah David and Huon Bethune.Their A team opponents have female players Attala Rose and Shania Sears along with male players Tyrese Conway, Trevor Garraway and Travis Lewis, who are likely to give a good account of themselves.However, there will be junior an East versus West basketball game from 19:00hrs. The first semifinal takes place at 20:00hrs followed by the second semifinal, ahead of the final.
Syracuse’s bats came alive Thursday in its 9-1 road victory over Canisius (14-11, 4-0 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) at Demske Sports Complex in Buffalo, New York. The eight-run differential was SU’s (15-19, 1-7 Atlantic Coast) biggest win since its season-opening 10-1 victory over Illinois-Chicago on Feb. 6.After being held scoreless in the first inning, Syracuse scored in each of the remaining four. SU tallied eight hits and two home runs, while Jocelyn Cater pitched a complete game, allowing four hits while striking out eight.After catcher Julie Wambold opened the scoring in the second with a solo shot, third baseman Danielle Chitkowski smacked a grand slam in the third to take a 5-0 lead.In the next inning, shortstop Corinne Ozanne got her first of two RBIs on a run-scoring single. After a Sydney O’Hara walk, second baseman Sammy Fernandez scored on a wild pitch. Left fielder Rachel Burkhardt followed three batters later with a fielder’s choice, scoring pinch runner Kristina Kinsey.Already up 8-0, Ozanne struck again in the fifth with an RBI double. In the bottom of the inning, Cater allowed a run to score on a wild pitch before getting the final outs.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textSyracuse returns home this weekend for a three-game set with ACC foe Pittsburgh (26-14, 6-9). The series opens with a doubleheader at SU Softball Stadium on Saturday at 1 p.m. Comments Facebook Twitter Google+ Published on April 9, 2015 at 9:44 pm
The No. 2 University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team (14-1-1, 8-1-1 WCHA) traveled to St. Cloud to take on their fourth straight opponent hailing from the state of Minnesota, the St. Cloud State Huskies (3-10-1, 0-10-0). In Friday’s matchup, the Badgers’ explosive top line put them out to a 2–0 lead in the first period of action with goals from Sophie Shirley and Daryl Watts, as Abby Roque picked up an assist on both.The second period saw Wisconsin pad their lead less than five minutes into the period with a goal from Britta Curl, before the Huskies struck back with two goals of their own to close out the middle frame at a 3–2 score favoring the Badgers.Early in the third, Mekenzie Steffen provided a power-play goal for Wisconsin to regain a two-goal lead, but the Huskies would respond with their own power-play goal shortly after to crawl back within one. The Badgers were able to hold off St. Cloud State for the rest of the period before scoring an empty-net goal to ice the game, winning 5–3.Women’s Hockey: Badgers bounce back from border battle to sweep Minnesota StateThe University of Wisconsin women’s hockey team hosted the Minnesota State Mavericks this past weekend with hopes to respond in Read…In the latter matchup of the two-game set, Wisconsin came out flying, scoring two goals in the first 2:19 of game time. Brette Pettet and Daryl Watts provided the goals for the Badgers. Later in the period, the Huskies struck on the power play followed by a Wisconsin even-strength goal 30 seconds later. The opening frame concluded with the Badgers on top, 3–1. Wisconsin used the second period to build on the lead with a goal from Watts while playing stout defense, giving up only three shots and zero goals. The Wisconsin 4–1 lead lasted all of 23 seconds in the third period as St. Cloud State’s Jenniina Nylund put one past Kristen Campbell to narrow the Badger lead to two goals. But Wisconsin closed out the game strong, getting two more goals from Sophie Shirley and Dara Greig en route to a 6–2 victory and a series sweep.This weekend series saw Abby Roque notch her 100th career assist as the Badgers grabbed two more wins before they head down to Nashville next week to play in the Country Classic Tournament. In Nashville, Wisconsin will face off against two prestigious programs in Harvard and Boston College. Those games will take place Friday and Saturday, respectively.
The midfielders are Ogenyi Onazi, Wilfred Ndidi and Nosa Igiebor while the forwards include Brown Ideye, Imoh Ezekiel, Kelechi Iheanacho, Victor Moses, Odion Ighalo and Victor Osimhen.Team administrator Dayo Enebi Achor confirmed yesterday that Belgium –based Moses Simon and Slovakia –based Kingsley Madu will arrive today.The delegation of Tanzania’s Taifa Stars is expected to arrive in Nigeria today, while the match officials will jet in tomorrow.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram Franco-German coach, Gernot Rohr, took charge of the Nigeria senior men’s squad, Super Eagles, for the first time yesterday as the team began training sessions ahead of Saturday’s 2017 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier against Tanzania.Rohr and a number of players could not fly to Uyo from Lagos on Monday as ARIK airline eventually cancelled their flight after many hours. But the entourage landed in Uyo just after noon yesterday.On arrival at the team’s Le Meridien Hotel, Coach Rohr had a meeting with his assistants, backroom staff and players present, before the evening’s training session at the Godswill Akpabio Stadium.In camp as at Tuesday evening were Skipper John Mikel Obi, Assistant Captain Ahmed Musa, goalkeepers Emmanuel Daniel and Ikechukwu Ezenwa. Defenders in camp include, Musa Muhammed, Chidozie Awaziem, Abdullahi Shehu, Jamiu Alimi, Leon Balogun, William Troost-Ekong and Elderson Echiejile.
WEEK 14 NON-PPR RANKINGS:Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerIs Julio Jones playing Week 14?After Dan Quinn said earlier in the week that Jones’ Week 14 availability was “trending upward,” Jones got in a limited practice Wednesday as he attempts to return from a shoulder injury that held him out of game action on Thanksgiving. The Falcons play at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday against the Panthers.Jones’ return would knock each of the remaining Atlanta receivers down a notch in the pecking order, with Calvin Ridley becoming a boom-or-bust WR3, Russell Gage dropping to a PPR FLEX option, and Christian Blake falling out of fantasy consideration.WEEK 14 DFS LINEUPS:DK Cash | DK GPP | FD Cash | FD GPP | Y! Cash | Y! GPPAdam Thielen injury updateAfter Thielen practiced in limited fashion in Week 13 but then missed Monday night, it appeared his hamstring injury may have gotten worse. He missed practice both Wednesday and Thursday and looks in doubt for Week 14 against the Lions.The biggest beneficiary of Thielen’s absence remains tight end Kyle Rudolph, who’s a borderline fantasy starter whenever Thielen doesn’t play. Stefon Diggs remains the only Minnesota WR worth using if Thielen is out Sunday.WEEK 14 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight endGolden Tate injury newsPat Shurmur said Wednesday that Tate is “trending up” in his quest to be available for Monday Night Football in a revenge game against the Eagles. Tate missed Week 13 due to a concussion. He was a full participant in Thursday’s practice, so assuming his concussion is a non-issue protocol wise, he should be good to go for Monday night.The Eagles have a bad secondary, which makes Tate appealing, but Eli Manning is likely to start for Daniel Jones. It’s not obvious whether that’s an upgrade or downgrade, but it adds a layer of uncertainty after Tate’s fantasy owners knew Jones would feed him the ball. Tate is still worth playing in PPR leagues if he’s active, and Sterling Shepard and Darius Slayton should both see around seven targets targets, as well.MORE WEEK 14:Waiver pickups | FAAB planning | Stock watch | Snap counts | Fantasy playoff SOST.Y. Hilton injury updateHilton said Wednesday that he’s unsure if he’ll make it back this season, but that he’s “doing everything (he) can.” The Colts play Sunday at 1 p.m. ET against Tampa Bay’s weak secondary as Hilton battles a calf injury.Hilton’s comments at least make it sound like he’ll be out another week, pushing Zach Pascal into No. 1 duties again coming off an 100-yard game. Against the Bucs, Pascal can be used as a WR3. It looks like Parris Campbell might be back from injury to take over No. 2 duties from Marcus Johnson.MORE WEEK 14 DFS: Stacks | Values | Lineup BuilderIs JuJu Smith-Schuster playing Week 14?Smith-Schuster told reporters Wednesday that he considers himself “week-to-week.” He added that he’s running but not cutting yet. The Steelers play in Arizona at 4:25 p.m. ET on Sunday.It sounds like JuJu will miss at least another week. In his absence, James Washington will remain the only playable Pittsburgh wideout. Consider him at least a FLEX option in a favorable fantasy matchup with the Cardinals. MORE WEEK 14: Sleepers | Busts | Start ’em, sit ’emParris Campbell injury newsCampbell (hand) was a full participant in Colts practice Wednesday. He hasn’t played since Week 9, but looks likely to return to face Tampa Bay on Sunday while Hilton will probably be out.Campbell’s last game was his best (five catches for 53 yards in Week 9). He likely slots right in as the No. 2 WR behind Zach Pascal (although Marcus Johnson could still maintain that role), making Campbell at least an interesting DFS play against such a bad pass defense. It looks like only one of the three top-10 WRs dealing with injuries for Week 14 is likely to play, and that’s Julio Jones. Both Adam Thielen and T.Y. Hilton have arrows pointing downward as we get closer to the weekend. The wide receiver rankings will also be affected by the statuses of Golden Tate, JuJu Smith-Schuster and rookie Parris Campbell, and we have updates on all of them below as you get ready to make your crucial fantasy start ’em, sit ’em decisions for the first round the playoffs.For updates on banged-up TEs Evan Engram, Greg Olsen, Gerald Everett, and David Njoku, click here; for news on injured RBs Dalvin Cook, Josh Jacobs, Marlon Mack, and more, go here. Follow us on Twitter for more news and updates @SN_Fantasy.